73 steve hermann glass Eclectic Home Design Photos

SKD Architects
8 Reviews
Cantera Elegance
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custom mullions and hardware. The roof is copper with a barrel flat arch and kalwall that has light around the dome. Architect: SKD Architects, Steve Kleineman Builder: MS&I Building Company
The entire system and doors are a custom design by SKD. Steve
guzin1, Sorry. The comment response prior was from me, Steve Kleineman, of SKD Architects. One of my clients had signed
guzin1, The entire entry system and door is custom designed. The door and frame is Mahogany, stained. The doors are 3'x9' each, and 2 1/4" thick. The door panel layout is trimmed with a profiled molding. Thank you for your question. Steve Kleineman
Double door with glass on the sides
The glass all the way around doors with arched top and design in door.
“Entry area is viewed as one unit, not doors and several windows. Unified look makes a powerful state” — sgkirby59
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Steve and Amber Frazee
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My Houzz: Steve and Amber Frazee
fabric that picked up some of the colors in the room, like the gold on the apple sculpture and the aqua in the upholstered armchair. Of the curtains, Steve says, "I don't think she could have put anything in this house that fits her personality more." Drapery fabric: Lusaka by Missoni, StellaDallas; rug:
teintes rappellent les éléments colorés de la pièce - tels que la grosse pomme dorée ou les bandes turquoises du fauteuil - qui définissent la pièce. Steve explique que « Amber n’aurait pas pu choisir quelque chose qui corresponde mieux à sa personnalité. »Tissu des rideaux : Lusaka, par Missoni, StellaDallas
“blue candle like memaws” — amandagrivera
Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
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allows light to pour down into the space. The glass blocks (on the right hand side of the photo) connect into the Sunset Lounge, allowing the glorious colours of sunset to stream into the stairwell. The central tree trunk was provided by the photographer, Steve Rogers, when its roots had become unstable
unstable and it was in danger of landing on his house. Photo: Steve Rogers
“So natural” — buddhabar52
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Chiltern Estate
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one of Steve's images he like for exterior concepts/ideas
an image Steve liked for exterior ideas/concepts
Stained glass windows
“Love the nod to Classical Greece” — Melchior Gandham
InterDesign Studio
5 Reviews
Jamie Snavley
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Cantilevered Glass Mantle provides more space for client's art collection. Colorful antique rug warms up the room.
Glass fireplace mantle and unique track lights
steve likes the chair
glass mantel, raised outer area
Glass mantle...glass mantel...Glass Mantle
“Colors” — vicki156
Mud and Wood
The Mud and Wood House
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reading nook (there are book shelves and a bench tucked away behind those curves), it is a highly valuable and highly used space in the house. Photo: Steve Rogers
frosted glass cubicles are cool for letting sun into the next room
awesome nook for a quiet family room. good use of glass blocks in the wall to transfer light w/o interference from other rooms.
the door, wall niches with glass block
“wall color” — matt_l_roberts
Cynthia Karegeannes, Registered Architect
13 Reviews
eclectic spa masterbath
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Compact and efficient, Steve likes cabinets
Mullions in tower with frosted glass
like the left cab idea - glass front.
Glass tile mirror...frosted glass...glass front cabinet
“Color and style of cabinet” — kathypersons
Eclectic Bathroom
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Wallpaper is good for Steve because of bold colors in it.
"hang" mirrored glass from decorative bronze hangers
Have fun with a smaller space like this with over-the-top wallpaper and glamorous fixtures and fittings. Tip: Installing mirrored glass on at least one wall creates the illusion of space. Mirrors on opposing walls work even better. Use mirror from above mantle on opposite wall?
photo, offer ample storage and style. Tip: Installing mirrored glass on at least one wall creates the illusion of space. Mirrors on opposing walls work even better. If your towel rail is on a wall where you want a mirror, work with your glass manufacturer to install the mirror around the rail.
“Love wallpaper. Love chandelier” — thherbert
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